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Can someone please help me? Thanks! I'm really behind and i need to get caught up and i just really need some help! Thanks!! :)

1. As a result of the French and Indian War, _____ claimed all land west of the Mississippi River, and _____ gained control of all land east of it. (1 point)
Indians; Britain
Spain; France
France; Indians
Spain; Britain
2. “The shot heard ‘round the world” describes the shots fired by __________. (1 point)
the British at the Battle of Lexington
German mercenaries in the colonies
Americans at the Battle of Concord
Patriots at the Battle of Moore’s Creek Bridge
3. All of the following acts were imposed on the colonies by the British EXCEPT (1 point)
the Tea Act.
the Intolerable Acts.
the Salt Act.
the Stamp Act.
4. South Carolina responded to the Intolerable Acts by __________. (1 point)
holding small “tea parties” in Charles Town and Georgetown
sending representatives to the First Continental Congress
drafting a state constitution and setting up a new government
boycotting merchants who imported goods from Britain
5. What happened at the historic Charles Town General Meeting of July 6, 1774? (1 point)
Colonists drafted a letter to Britain explaining their position.
Representatives from all parts of South Carolina met for the first time.
A shipment of tea was seized and stored beneath the Old Exchange.
Delegates decided not to buy from or sell any more goods to Britain.
6. Which of the following statements about loyalists is NOT true? (1 point)
Loyalists supported the Continental Congress.
Most loyalists in South Carolina lived in the Up Country.
Loyalists supported the King.
Loyalists were also known as Royalists or Tories.
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7. Which statement BEST describes the meaning of the political cartoon? (1 point)
There were seven colonies at the time.
The colonies could not live as separate colonies.
The colonies were like a snake; they had many parts.
The colonies were different, just as parts of a snake are different.
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8. What was the purpose of the political cartoon? (1 point)
to describe how the colonies were different
to show the order in which the colonies were settled
to warn the colonies to join together or be conquered
to show the colonies that they could be overtaken by a larger country
9. Which of the following statements about patriots is NOT true? (1 point)
Most patriots lived in the Low Country.
Patriots opposed the tyranny of British rule.
Patriots supported the Continental Congress.
Patriots outnumbered loyalists in South Carolina.
10. British troops occupied the primary residence and summer home of _______ before the patriots burned it. (1 point)
Emily Geiger's family
Francis Marion's family
Rebecca Motte's family
Colonel William Bratton's family

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  1. You'd learn more if you studied your book and tried to answer these yourself.

    I'll be glad to check your answers.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. is 10 B?

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  3. Please need help

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  4. No. 10 is A.
    1.)Spain and Brittan
    2.)Americans at the battle of Concord
    3.)Salt act
    4.)holding small “tea parties” in Charles Town and Georgetown
    5.)I'm not sure about this one :/
    6.) Loyalists supported the Continental Congress
    7.)The colonies were different, just as parts of a snake are different.
    8.)to warn the colonies to join together or be conquered
    9.)Most patriots lived in the Low Country.
    10.)Emily Geiger's family
    Ms. Sue could you please check my answers, sorry for the inconvenience.

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  5. These are all of the answers to the test,
    1.) Spain; Britain. D
    2.) Americans at the battle of Concord. C
    3.) The Salt Act. C
    4.) Sending representatives to the first continental congress. B
    5.) Representatives from all parts of South Carolina met for the first time. B
    6.) Loyalists supported the Continental congress. A
    7.) The colonies could not live as separate colonies. B
    8.) to warn the colonies to join together of be conquered. C
    9.) patriots outnumbered loyalists in South Carolina. D
    10.) Rebecca Motte's family. C
    11.) Sullivan's island. D
    12.) General Gates was soundly defeated. A
    13.) has two parts, or houses. A
    14.) Provincial Congress. C
    15.) the battle of kings mountain. B
    16.) John Rutledge. B
    17.) a siege. A
    18.) the South Carolina constitution of 1776. C
    19.) South Carolina. D
    20.) The state leader would be a governor, not a president. B

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  6. Hope I helped in some way, :-)

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  7. is he right?

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  8. yes!!! thanks for the 100!!!

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  9. Slim Shady, you are awesome. Thank you very much.

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  10. @Elijah, You are welcome very much! :-)

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  11. Thank you so much slim shady. I don't like social studies. So THANKS ;)

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  12. Thank you Slim Shady!! I got a 100%!!!

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  13. thxxx slim you are the best dude

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  14. correct 100% thanks BY THE WAT I'm from connections too

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  15. Slim Shady is 001% but reverse that number and that makes 100% so you are 100% correct!

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  16. OMG!!!!!!!!!! shout out to slim shady, 10000000000000000000%, not really but you know what I mean.

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  17. omg thank you so much 100%

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  18. Thank you, Slim Shady (nice name btw) for the 100 I was really struggling because I was sick for a long time and missed a lot so I needed a bit of a break. Once again, thanks.

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  19. 100% thanks slim shady

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  20. Slim Shady is right for 2020

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